Ahead of this month's Tuareg Rallye, we sat down with Dakar Rally racer and all around adventure rider, Ned Suesse, to talk about the difference between this event and the infamous Dakar, as well as his experiences in Africa, bike setup, race prep and elephants. Follow the link to read our recent ADV interview with Neduro!
Puget Sound Safety-Off Road (PSSOR), the Pacific Northwest's premiere adventure motorcycle school, will host a handful of training courses and clinics during this year's 43rd annual Desert 100 in Odessa, WA.
To make room for KLiM's 2013 apparel collection, we're closing out our current inventory of dual-sport pants and jerseys! So if you're in the market for a new pair of technical riding pants or a ventilated motorcycle jersey, whether it's the ever versatile Dakar Pantor the fully-vented Mojave Jersey, take a look at what we have in stock.
Touratech CEO and reknowned adventure rider, Herbert Schwarz, recently returned from a 1,500-mile motorcycle expedition to Madagascar where he tested Touratech’s line of accessories for BMW’s new water-cooled R1200GS.
Triumph's new Tiger Explorer is an excellent addition to the adventure motorcycle market. To celebrate its successful integration into the industry and to prepare the bike for its first adventure, we decided to outfit our Tiger Explorer with a handful of Touratech accessories. Follow the link to see all of the ADV accessories we installed!
Since leaving Seattle, Helge Pedersen has logged more than 6,000 miles on his R1200GS Adventure en route to Tierra del Fuego. Having installed Touratech's new Extreme Shock on the back of his BMW, Helge was able to evaluate his new suspension setup and has since sent us another update.
Renowned photo journalist and adventure motorcyclists, Ramona Schwarz, recently returned from a 1,500 mile motorcycle expedition to Madagascar where she tested Touratech’s new line of accessories for the Husqvarna TR650 Terra.
We asked our 'Chief Riding Officer,' Iain Glynn, for a few tire repair recommendations ahead of a weekend ride a few months ago. Among the things he suggested were a proper pair of tire irons, an electric pump and a digital tire pressure gauge. Follow the link and take a look at all of the items Iain suggested we carry to make sure we stayed fully inflated.
Since the first edition was released in 1995, Touratech's catalog has evolved from a 12-page pamphlet to become the premiere source of aftermarket accessories for adventure-touring motorcycles. In addition to ride reports and images from numerous expeditions, the 2013 catalog includes the latest accessories for nearly every ADV motorcycle.
Touratech-USA recently acquired a new Husqvarna TR650 Terra and has since added a handful of ADV accessories, including a quick-release stainless steel headlight guard, large sidestand foot, hand guards and an aluminum rear luggage rack extension. Click HERE to see more Touratech accessories available for Husqvarna's new dual-sport, and be sure to stay tuned for our complete Bike Build blog!